DJ Cuppy auctions artwork detailing first trip to Borno

Celebrity disk jockey, DJ Cuppy, says she is auctioning a handmade artwork that tells the story of her first trip to Borno State.

In a post on Wednesday night on Instagram, the 27-year-old said the proceeds would go to Save the Children UK, a non-governmental organisation.


“Auctioning this handmade piece of art I wore by @TorloweiOfficial ✨🧥 It tells a story of my trip to Borno, proceeds go to @SaveChildrenNG 🕊 Email if you’re interested!” she wrote.

DJ Cuppy had raised N5.1 billion in donations at the Gold Gala held on Sunday night for her foundation’s project in the North East.


While Mr Otedola donated N5 billion to the Cuppy Foundation, Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, who is Cuppy’s godfather, donated N100 million.

Cuppy, an ambassador of the Save the Children UK, said her foundation, which was launched in August 2018, was inspired by her trip to Maiduguri, Borno State.